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Articles by P. Sankarganesh
Total Records ( 5 ) for P. Sankarganesh
  Baby Joseph , P. Sankarganesh , Biby T. Edwin , S. Jusin Raj , M.V. Jeevitha , S.U. Ajisha , Sheeja S. Rajan , R. Mini Priya , D. Jini and Vrundha Nair
  The energy sector is one of the most important sectors in the nation. This sector has contributed to the development and economic well being of the country. But power generation is a difficult task without causing environment pollution. Non-renewable energies like coal, atomic energy and hydrothermal are the current scenario in power generation. Even, when fossil fuels burn they leave by-products that damage both the environment and health, causing misery for millions of people. Currently, science and technology establish novel methods on waste recycling, which provides the way to study the utilization of animal wastes for biogas with low level emission of carbon pollutants and energy production. It putforth some novel ideas on the production of electric energy from chicken litter and biodiesel production from its feathers which has high impact value on renewable bioresource management. This segment of the energy market is likely to grow rapidly and utilities will adapt to the opportunity with challenges. The future of day-lighting as a renewable energy resource applied in buildings is, therefore, very promising and eventually, it assures 100% energy production process with less expensive and helps in high environmental protection.
  Baby Joseph , S. Justin Raj , Biby. T. Edwin and P. Sankarganesh
  Snake venom is a special liquid which is produced by the poison gland of the poisonous snake. Snake venoms generally consist of a complex mixture of substances, each of which may exhibit one or more distinct toxic actions. Many of these proteins are harmless to humans but some are toxic. Snake venoms effects include, anti-blood coagulation, neurotoxicity, mycotoxicity, nephrotoxicity, cardiotoxicity and necrotoxicity. Snake venom is hemolytic and neuropathic-type venom. The hemolysis venom is more effective than the neuropathic-type venom and it will work almost immediately to the prey. According to traditional system of medicine, snake venom is widely used in various disorders in skin and blood. It performs good antitumor activity. This study reports on its traditional, chemical and pharmacological properties such as antioxidant, anticancer and analgesic activity.
  Baby Joseph , P. Sankarganesh , Biby T. Edwin and S. Justin Raj
  Endophytic Streptomycetes are the most exploited group in the medicinal and agro based industries. In this review, we correlated recently identified its bioactive compounds with plant chemical structures. Booming the global warm is the important problem to increase the alternative research initiatives for green chemicals. During long genetic co-evaluation with plants Streptomycetes have created novel and interesting chemistry. Their ability to produce plant related chemicals has increased its importance. It also reduces the need of harvesting plants for drug. Specific approaches from ethanobotanical valued plants with medicinal applications could be the key to isolating bioactive compound producing strains.
  Baby Joseph , Biby T. Edwin , Boby T. Edwin , S. Justin Raj and P. Sankarganesh
  Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells (BMMSCs) are a group of non-hematopoietic cells residing within the bone marrow. These are adhesive cells which can differentiate into osteogenic, adipogenic and chondrogenic lineages under appropriate conditions, results in maintaining the homeostasis mechanism. Though extracellular matrix is meant only for MSCs cell adhesion, it has some role in the lineage change. Apart from the extracellular matrix, growth factors play a pivotal role in the morphogenesis. In this review, we discuss the characteristics of BMMSCs, their differentiation potential toward different skeletal tissues (cartilage and bone) and bone tissue engineering and its need.
  Baby Joseph , Biby T. Edwin , Boby T. Edwin , P. Sankarganesh and S. Justin Raj
  Biomaterials are one of the active research areas in tissue engineering due to its high demand in regenerative medicine. And it plays a crucial role in mesenchymal stem cells therapy. A number of biomaterials and their combinations are available for the production of artificial extracellular matrix for skeletal repair like demineralised bone matrixes, polymers, bioactive glasses, coral, bioactive ceramics but unfortunately the design of scaffolds for bone tissue engineering presents several difficulties. The focus of this article is a brief narration of commonly used biomaterials for scaffold making for bone tissue engineering.
 
 
 
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